Collaborative Project Grant

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The NSW CVRN Collaborative Project Grant program was developed to stimulate, fund and support new collaborative research proposals (among NSW CVRN members) relevant to cardiovascular disease, including stroke, diabetes and kidney disease, which will reduce the burden of disease and translate into better health outcomes.

NSW Cardiovascular Research Collaborative Project Grants will not be open for application in 2018. 

Past recipients

Research Collaborative Project Grants

2016: Dr Melody Ding

Neighbourhood environment and cardiovascular health: An interdisciplinary analysis of linked environmental data

2016: A/Prof Mitch Duncan

Improving understanding of sleep, physical activity & diet as CVD risk factors

2015: Dr Lis Neubeck

Using iPhones to screen for atrial fibrillation in general practice clinics to prevent stroke

2015: A/Prof Julie Redfern

Technological support for patients with cardiovascular disease via integrated text messaging

2015: A/Prof Michael Skilton

Assessing aortic blood pressure in children

2014: Dr James Chong
Activation and rejuvenation of endogenous cardiac stem cells

2014: A/Prof Meg Jardine
Defining treatment gaps in cardiovascular prevention in diabetes and kidney disease: EXTEND45

2014: Dr Kwok Leung Ong
The relationship of fibroblast growth factor 21 with heart disease and its risk factors

2013: Dr Neil Spratt
Altering the Rehabilitation Environment to Improve Stroke Survivor Activity (AREISSA)

2013: Prof Adrian Bauman
Improving outcomes for people with cardiovascular disease in the NSW community

2012: Dr Julie Redfern
Living with acute coronary syndrome: What happens to people in the year after a serious heart event in NSW

2012: Prof Peter Macdonald
Measurement of treatment and outcomes for patients admitted to hospital with acute heart failure across NSW and ACT

2011: Prof John Chalmers
The CVRN 45 and Up Cardiovascular Research

2011: Prof David Celermajer
Congenital and Inherited Heart Diseases – Towards a Comprehensive Life Management Plan

Life Science Research Fellowship

2012: A/Prof Cameron Holloway
Investigation of HIV related heart disease using advanced imaging

2011: Dr Sally Inglis
Improving outcomes for Australians with chronic cardiovascular disease: focusing on peripheral arterial disease

2010: Dr Ravinay Bhindi
Coronary artery bypass vein graft disease: in vivo characterisation and myocardial protection with remote ischaemic preconditioning (rIPC)

Career Development Fellowship

2011: A/Prof Vlado Perkovic
Preventing the cardiovascular complications of kidney disease

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